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I went to an audiologist earlier this year who said she could see any pronounced signs of hearing loss, but I still struggle to hear low or quiet sounds. i often have to ask people to repeat them selves or guess what they are saying and find my self lip reading alot. is there any chance she was wrong and is there anything I can do about it?

    • zozo131

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      Hi! You can always ask for a second referral and just explain to them that you felt you couldn’t explain everything in the previous appointment!

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Based on the provided context, it's suggested that you might want to consider getting a second opinion or having your hearing retested. It's also mentioned that auditory processing disorder could be a potential issue, which wouldn't necessarily show up as hearing loss in a traditional sense. Some people with similar issues have found help through learning sign language, using hearing apps on their phone, or joining support groups. However, these are just suggestions and it would be best to consult with a healthcare professional for advice tailored to your specific situation.

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